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Thursday, 9 April 2015

It's a Book by Lane Smith

We now live in a world where technology dominates our lives. In our houses, cars and work place, devices like phones, tablets, computers and kindles are ubiquitous. Our children know how to swipe by the time they are 2, and get confused why it doesn't work on the TV.

I've had conversations with people that once were totally against Kindles and e-Readers are now only using them. However, do you think children will love reading as much if there were no more physical books, no libraries? How will they explore? How will they flip through pages and then suddenly be immersed by the words or the pictures?

It's a Book is a funny tale of a Jackass (I'm not kidding) and a Monkey sitting together. The Jackass asks what Monkey has in his hand. He then goes on and asks lots of questions like, does it swipe, does it play games and make lots of noises? I think you know how this story goes.

It's a Book by Lane Smith is quietly funny and has an in joke for us adults right at the end. While not a book you'd want to read over and over again, it is a great chuckle if you bring it out occasionally, and to remind one self that the simpler things in life are often great (if not the best!)

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